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Minimally Invasive Surgery Riskier for Early Cervical Cancer
A stunning new study published in October in the New England Journal of Medicine reports that minimally invasive surery (MIS) is associated with a higher risk of cervical cancer recurrence than traditional surgery. In the study, 300 women had MIS to remove the

Throat Cancer Symptoms: Take Heed of These Serious Signs

Throat Cancer Symptoms: Take Heed of These Serious Signs

Your throat. A lot can happen to that 5-inch hollow tube that connects the base of your nasal cavity to your windpipe and esophagus. A sore throat can silence your singing voice. Or a faulty pharynx (the medical name for the throat) may cause swallowing difficulties that can affect your

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BONES/JOINTS/PAIN

You can play a major role in the success of your hip replacement (Feb, 6)
Improve your understanding of osteoporosis (Apr, 1)
Feed your bones with vital nutrients (Apr, 1)
Hip joints: Is preservation or replacement the best option? (May, 3)
Reduce your risk of falls and fractures (May,

Early Detection of Gynecological Cancer Means Higher Cure Rates

Approximately 100,000 women will be diagnosed with cervical, endometrial (uterine), or ovarian cancer in 2018, according to the American Cancer Society. For all of these cancers, the earlier they are diagnosed, the easier they are to treat successfully. However, of these three types of cancer, only cervical cancer has a

Swollen Feet? The Condition Can Require Prompt Medical Attention

Swollen Feet? The Condition Can Require Prompt Medical Attention

Swollen feet can be a normal inflammatory reaction due to overuse or a strain—the result of taking a bad step, for example. But swollen feet can also indicate a life-threatening medical condition, such as congestive heart failure. It’s important to determine whether there’s a known cause (like stepping in a

5. Reducing the Risk of Common Conditions

Chronic diseases such as heart disease, high blood pressure, stroke, and diabetes represent a major health problem in the United States. They account for approximately 86 percent of all healthcare costs and are frequently associated with a significant reduc-tion in quality of life. The CDC reports that roughly half of

What Is Cancer?

What Is Cancer?

Here’s a number to think about: 37.2 trillion. That’s not the dollar amount of the U.S. national debt, nor is it the number of people living on planet Earth. It’s an estimate of the number of cells that comprise the human body. It also represents 37.2 trillion places in your

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